This week, two different people showed up for the same job as the acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Mick Mulvaney is President Trump's pick and also his current budget director. Outgoing director Richard Cordray, an Obama appointee, named his deputy Leandra English for the role.
This strange scenario has special implications for the nation's current and former college students. CFPB plays an important — some argue unique — watchdog role for 44 million student loan borrowers, who together owe $1.4 trillion in debt.
Since 2011, CFPB has been a place to contact if you have a problem with your student loan or for-profit college. It has collected 60,000 complaints related to student loans and used this information to spot trends that often lead to enforcement actions.